The Victorian Government has opened a new trade office in Tel Aviv, Israel – the 22nd Victorian Government Trade and Investment office – to drive new investment and exchange opportunities between Victoria and Israel.
Leading global biotherapeutics company CSL Limited has unveiled its new world-class manufacturing facility in Melbourne’s north, which will create life-saving medicine and hundreds of jobs.
Victoria has made history at this year’s prestigious Australian Export Awards by being the first Australian state to have businesses win the award for Australian Exporter of the Year five years in a row.
The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has announced today it will hold one of its bi-annual Council meetings in Melbourne. ICMM brings together CEOs of the biggest mining companies, such as BHP, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, Glencore, Codelco and Mitsubishi Materials.
Victorian medical technology startups will have access to increased financial support with the Victorian Government securing the national headquarters of the MedTech Actuator program.
Australia and Peru have finalised a comprehensive trade agreement that will generate exports, income and jobs.
Melbourne-born tech giant LiveTiles will establish its new global innovation centre and regional headquarters in Geelong.
In an effort to streamline its internal processes to reduce delays in assessing export permit applications, the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) has made changes to the mandatory exporter declaration requirements for all dairy products exported to EU.
SriLankan Airlines has commenced direct non-stop flights between Melbourne and Colombo.
More than US$350 billion of finance has been earmarked for projects in China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, the International Mining and Resources Conference in Melbourne was told earlier this week.
Continuing urbanisation will drive demand for resources, Australia's Chief Economist, Mark Cully, told the International Mining and Resources Conference in Melbourne.
The startups that have been selected to participate in Australia’s first cyber security accelerator program – CyRise – have been unveiled.